A Brief Account of Many of the Prosecutions of the People Call'd Quakers in the Exchequer, Ecclesiastical, and Other Courts, for Demands Recoverable by the Acts Made in the 7th and 8th Years of the Reign of King William the Third, for the More Easie Recovery of Tithes, Church-rates, &c: Humbly Submitted to the Consideration of the Members of Both Houses of Parliament

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assigns of J. Sowle, 1736 - Church tax - 189 pages
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Lists cases of Quakers who were prosecuted between 1696 and 1736 in England and Wales in alphabetical order by county.
 

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Page 41 - I give unto you, That ye love one another •, as I have loved you, that ye alfo love one another. 3$ By this fhall all men know that ye are my difciples, if ye have love one to another.
Page 189 - Quakers in the Exchequer, Ecclesiastical, and other Courts, for demands recoverable by the Acts made in the 7th and 8th years of the reign of King William the Third, for the more easie recovery of tithes, church-rates, &c.
Page v - A Brief Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called QUAKERS, in the Exchequer, Ecclesiastical, and OTHER COURTS, for demands recoverable by the Acts made in the 7th and 8th Years of the Reign of King William the Third, for the more haste Recovery of Tithes, Church Rates, &c.
Page 151 - A VINDICATION of a Book intituled, A Brief account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, &c.
Page 13 - ... heard, that by the distribution of alms persons may be absolved from the bonds of sin, and acquire the rewards of heavenly joys...
Page 8 - ... granted to him the ninth lamb, the ninth fleece, and the ninth sheaf, to be taken by two years then next to come : and of Cities and Boroughs the very ninth part of all their goods and chattels...
Page 9 - Eftate is fo far good, as any other Man's Title to it " is bad. " If I buy an Eftate with a Rent-Charge, an An...
Page 136 - Cuftom ought to be paid for the Stipend or Maintenance of any Minifter or Curate officiating in any Church or Chapel...
Page 182 - ... complaint, and to afcertain and ftate what is due and payable...
Page 217 - Ruffinus was wont to deny that man to be a Christian. We therefore will do the same thing, which all laws, which nature's own voice doth command to be done, and which Christ himself did in like case, when he was checked and reviled : to the intent we may put off from us these men's slanderous accusations, and may defend soberly and truly our own cause and innocency. [CM. div.a. For Christ verily, when the Pharisees charged him with sorcery, as one that had some familiar spirits, and wrought many...

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